Sony showed some love to a handful of indie games last night revealing and providing updates for seven new games. While some of these titles you probably have already heard of by now, others were announced for the first time.
Moss: Book II, for example, is the highly anticipated PS VR sequel and Hello Neighbor 2 is another game we can’t wait to play. Here’s a breakdown of each game and when you can play it on either PS4 or PS5.
Moss: Book II
Polyarc shared an update on this upcoming PS VR game while also detailing the small new features players can expect to see. The studio says that Moss: Book II has undergone some major changes but at the same time the studio has worked on delivering a fun and interactive VR experience.
Things like brushing your hands over the grass to see it bend and move or Quill’s new smoother animations and more detailed and richer levels. Polyarc has definitely put a lot of love into crafting Moss: Book II. The game is expected to launch sometime this year on PS VR. You can read the full update here.
Animal Well is a side-scroller platformer where players navigate a dark and mysterious well that has somehow been taken over by spirits of animals. The interconnected labyrinth is packed with secrets to uncover and by using your abilities and items such as a yoyo or frisbee, players can navigate through this deathtrap and complete puzzles.
Anima Well seems will merge deadly chases, intense platforming and clever puzzles into one game and you can expect to play it later this year or early next year on PS5. Read the full update here.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge
This new, built-from-the-ground up side-scrolling beat ’em up checks all the boxes when it comes to delivering the classic nostalgic TMNT experience. In Shredder’s Revenge, players will choose from a range of iconic characters as they walk across levels, chain combos together and even use the environment to fight their foes.
Each TMNT character packs a unique roster of attacks and combos giving players a new gameplay experience each time they choose a new fighter. All animations have also been carefully hand-crafted to make each attack and move feel and look awesome. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge is set to launch this year on PS4. Read the full update here.
Post Void is a somewhat unique-looking FPS that merges classic Wolfenstein 3D gameplay with a cool hand-drawn art style. The game is described as a hypnotic scramble FPS shooter and is headed to PS4 later sometime in the future. Read the full update here.
Salt and Sacrifice
This sequel to Salt and Sanctuary now includes a revamped PvP mode. Developer Devoured Studio says that the PvP has been enhanced thanks to new movement systems like sprinting, leaping and attacks linked to these new parkour moves.
There are also dozens of Runic Arts to explore–powerful situational abilities employed by the Inquisition–from lightning shockwaves and pursuing insect swarms to elemental buffs and storms of spectral blades. Quick-swap ranged attacks and alchemical bombs are great for punishing foes, and while readied ammunition is sparse, if your foe foolishly relents, you can always field craft some more. The game is releasing on 10 May for PS4 and PS5. Read the full update here.
Samurai Gunn 2
A Samurai Gunn 2 is a Smash Bros clone that features a range of cool characters to play as and some familiar ones from other series. This includes Ana from Spelunky 2, Minit and even the crew from Among Us.
Samurai Gunn 2 is expected to release sometime in the future for PS5. Read the full update here.
Hello Neighbor 2
Create your own adventure as you interact with the townsfolk of Raven Brooks, each with their own motivations and secrets to hide…and they may not appreciate you poking around in their business. Be careful though, as each new Neighbor is now designed with unique AI and behaviours, you’ll need to stretch your skills to the limits and find a way to outsmart each of them.
Hello Neighbor 2 is set to launch on 7 April for PS4 and PS5. You can pre-order the game starting today and gain access to the upcoming beta and new content. Read the full update here.